By Rick Oltman, July 13, 2017
The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, established by Executive Order 13799 on May 11, 2017, will hold its first meeting on Wednesday, July 19. They will swear in commission members and discuss their objectives and the initial actions of the commission.
We all know that voter fraud is real. We also know that a lot of voter fraud is perpetrated by illegal aliens, some of whom may actually believe they have the right to vote.
To deny that voter fraud exists, one must be either corrupt or stupid. Twenty years ago, Congressman Bob Dornan was defeated by Loretta Sanchez by 979 votes.
Following the narrow defeat, Dornan alleged that Sanchez’s winning margin was provided by illegal voting from non-U.S. citizens. A thirteen-month House of Representatives investigation ensued, during which Sanchez was seated provisionally, pending the inquiry. A task force found 748 votes that had been cast illegally—624 from non-citizens in addition to 124 that had already been thrown out by California officials. This was not enough to overturn Sanchez’ margin of victory and she was allowed to keep her seat. However, in consultation with the INS, the House committee identified as many as 4,700 questionable registration affidavits. The probe was dropped before these affidavits could be investigated.
It’s been reported that as many as 44 states have “refused” to provide voter information to the Commission. Called “fake news” by Commission Vice Chair, Kris Kobach, the Kansas Secretary of State, said in a statement. “At present, only 14 states and the District of Columbia have refused the Commission’s request for publicly available voter information.”
We’ll know soon enough who will and who won’t cooperate with this investigation into the integrity of our most important activity in the republic, voting.
But all this denial and obstinate behavior by so many is curious. One would think that with all the lies and fake news and nonstop criticism of the president in the press nowadays, that those who deny that there is any voter fraud would be willing, indeed anxious, to publicly prove with their data that the president’s claims about voter fraud were wrong.
Would strident opponents, who seem to have a critical comment about EVERYTHING, deny themselves the chance to disprove one of the boldest claims ever made about voter fraud from the winner of the presidential election whom they clearly despise?
A logical mind could conclude, quite easily, that one reason the president’s opponents are not willing to use their data to prove him wrong, is that it actually proves him right.
Dead people voting, multiple voter registrations in a state—or over several states, and illegal aliens on the voter rolls are probably what is being covered up by those shouting “states’ rights.” Otherwise, why wouldn’t they participate?
Perhaps this Commission looking into voter fraud will have the same deterring effect on illegal voting as the talk of a border wall and high-profile arrests of illegal aliens has had on illegal immigration, reducing it tremendously.
It wouldn’t be the least bit surprising.
You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life. [Winston Churchill.]
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